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  74HC595 monterad på kort
74HC595 8-bit skiftregister monterad på adapterkort för enkel anslutning till kopplingsdäck och experimentkort. Kortet har ingångar för Clock, Data och Latch. Flera kort kan kaskadkopplas för att ge fler utgångar. Serial In och Serial Out är bekvämt placerade så att korten kan monteras brevid varandra.
  Adaperkort Xbee
Adapterkort för Maxstreams XBee-produkter. Kortet bryter ut alla 20 pins från XBee (2mm benavstånd) till 2.54mm (0.1") hålmonterade stift, som passar perfekt i breadboard eller experimentkort. Det är rekommenderat att montera hylslister för montering av XBee istället för att löda fast modulen i adapterkortet. Se relaterade produkter för passande hyls- och stiftlister.
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  Apparatlåda 74x158x90 med fläns - röd
Kraftig apparatlåda i signalröd plast. Lådan har en gummipackning, vilket gör den damm- och fuktsäker. De två monteringsflänsarna sticker ut 19mm från vardera kortsida och har två 7mm skruvhål. Dimensioner: 74mm x 158mm x 90mm Material: ABS Vikt: 270g Klassning: IP65
  ArduPilot UAV controller ATMega168
ArduPilot is a fully programmable autopilot that requires a GPS module and an infrared XY sensor such as the FMA module to create a functioning Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV). The autopilot handles both stabilization and navigation, eliminating the need for a separate stabilization system. It also supports a "fly-by-wire" mode that can stabilize an aircraft when flying manually under RC control, making it easier and safer to fly. The hardware and software are all open source. The board comes with all the surface-mount parts already soldered, but requires the user to solder on connectors. Firmware is already loaded, but the autopilot software must be downloaded and loaded onto the board by the user. It can be programmed with the Arduino IDE. All details and instructions can be found at the project's home page. Features: * Controller designed to be used with autonomous aircraft, car or boat. Infrared sensor required only for aircraft. * Based on a 16MHz Atmega168 processor. Total onboard processing power aprox 24 MIPS. * Built-in hardware failsafe that uses a separate circuit (multiplexer chip and ATTiny processor) to transfer control from the RC system to the autopilot and back again. Includes ability to reboot the main processor in mid-flight. * Multiple 3D waypoints (limited only by memory) * Comes with a 6-pin GPS connector for the 1Hz EM406 GPS module. * Has six spare analog inputs (with ADC on each) and six spare digital input/outputs to add additional sensors * Supports addition of wireless downlink module for telemetry * Can be powered by either the RC receiver or a separate battery * Hardware-driven servo control, which means less processor overhead, tighter response and no jitters. * Four RC-in channels (plus the autopilot on/off channel) can be processed by the autopilot. * LEDs for power, failsafe status, autopilot status and GPS lock Dimensions: 30mm x 47mm
  Button Pad Controller USB
Connect ALL the buttons! The Button Pad Controller USB was designed to control an entire multi-board system of Button Pad Controllers through an easy to use API over a USB connection. The board is 4"x4" and has 16 tri-color LEDs and 16 corresponding button pads (i.e. The button pads surround each LED). The USB Button Pad Controller is designed to communicate with up to 9 other Button Pad Controller SPI boards. The default firmware uses a 24 bit color scheme for each LED. Each board comes configured to work as a standalone unit and must be reconfigured for multiple board systems. We do not sell the frames shown in the photograph. We put those together for our own use as a demonstration of what two units (USB unit and a SPI unit) look like, boxed up together. Unit comes fully assembled and tested as shown. Unit does not include top button pad (listed below). Note: We're using new RGB LEDs which have the blue and green pins swapped. When setting the LED color, you'll need to swap the blue and green values in the command structure. Visually, nothing on the board has changed. Dimensions: 10x10cm
  Digital Sandbox - Expansionspaket
Expansionspaket för Digital Sandbox. Innehåller komponenter för de sista tre experimenten i instruktionsboken. Med detta paktet kan man bla. göra ett musikinstrument, styra hastigheten på en motor samt styra ett servo. Notera att denna artikeln inte innehåller instruktionsboken eller Digital Sandbox-kortet. Innehåll: * Servo * DC-motor * Piezohögtalare * Stiftlister
  Effektbrytare tryckknapp - 2.5 - 7VDC 10A
Modul för manövrering av laster upp till 10A via en tryckknapp eller mikrokontroller. Fungerar som ett enkelt litet relä och kan användas för att växla högre strömmar än vad de flesta små tryckknappar eller GPIOs på en mikrokontroller kan hantera. Ingången är latchande och växlar utgången vid varje puls på ingången. På kortet sitter en kraftig MOSFET för själva strömväxlingen samt filter för att förhindra kontaktstudsar från ingången. En separat ingång för att stänga av modulen kan användas för att låta modulen stänga av sig själv. Alla anslutningarna sitter med ett rastermått på 2.54mm, så den passar direkt i kopplingsdäck och experimentkort. Vid växling av laster över 5A bör båda uttagen för Vin och Vout användas parallellt! * Arbetsspänning: 2.5 - 7VDC * Max manövreringsström: 10A * Dimensioner: 10.2 x 22.9 x 3.2mm (DIP-18)
  Electric Imp Breakout
Adapterkort för Electric Imp. Kortet ger tillgång till alla portar på Electric Imp-kortet samt en autentiseringskrets som krävs för att kommunicera mot Imp Cloud-tjänsten. USB-porten kan användas för spänningsmatning (5V).
  Electric Imp shield
Electric Imp är en mikrokontroller speciellt utvecklad för trådlösa anslutningar via WiFi och ger ett enkelt sätt att ansluta till Internet. För att använda shielden behövs även Electric Imp utvecklingskortet som säljs separat ( 41011038). Shielden ansluter till Electric Imp via UART (pin 5 och 7) och till Arduinons UART (pin 8 och 9). Eftersom Electric Imp kan dra upp till 400mA på 3.3V-linan har shielden en egen regulator som matas via Arduinons 5V.
  Electric Imp Shield (utgående)
If you aren't familiar with the Electric Imp, it essentially provides an easy, integrated way to connect almost any hardware device both to other devices and to internet services. It's more than just a WiFi card, or even a WiFi module with processing built in - it's an integrated platform that deals with the drudgery of connectivity, allowing you to concentrate on the application instead of the mechanics. Of course, if you're developing for it you'll need a way to get in there and poke around. The Electric Imp Shield allows you to connect your Arduino project to the internet through your home WiFi network. This way, your Arduino can take advantage of the Imp Cloud service and connect to HTTP APIs. The Shield connects one of the imp's UARTs (Imp pins 5 and 7) to either the Arduino hardware UART or a software serial on pins 8 and 9. It defaults to the software serial, but there are jumpers on the bottom side to set it to the hardware serial. A couple imp pins (8 & 9) are also connected to LEDs. They can be disconnected via jumpers on the bottom, if you'd like. Because the Electric Imp can draw up to 400mA on the 3.3V line, this shield has its own voltage regulator which is fed from the 5V Arduino line. Most Arduino compatible boards should be able to handle this amount of draw but beware that some clones that use less robust VREGs could see trouble
  Electric Imp Utvecklingskort
We know what you're thinking, "What's the big deal? Looks like an SD card..." Well this is no SD card! The Electric Imp is a WiFi enabled development platform powered by a Cortex-M3 processor core. "Really?" Yup. In essence, the Imp provides an easy, integrated way to connect almost any hardware device both to other devices and to internet services. It's more than just a WiFi card, or even a WiFi module with processing built in - it's an integrated platform that deals with the drudgery of connectivity, allowing you to concentrate on the application instead of the mechanics. It does this by integrating an 802.11b/g/n WiFi transceiver, a great antenna, a Cortex-M3 core and lots of flexible I/O in a tiny package. But the hardware is only part of what makes the Electric Imp an innovative platform. The development environment and workflow is totally cloud-based and in-browser! Simply program the Imp with your WiFi Network information using your iOS or Android smartphone (Optically! No special hardware required!) then log on to the Electric Imp developer website and program your module over-the-air! Development is done in-browser and in a language called "Squirrel," which is a C-like language with extensions to communicate with the hardware interfaces and the service. Thanks to cloud-power, you get many big system benefits like buffered I/O and crash recovery - plus you can push updates to devices in the field with a few clicks. There's even a Planner tool that makes it easy to design interactivity between your Imps. Note: Although, the Electric Imp comes in an SD form factor, it isn't compatible with standard SD devices and we're afraid you can't hack it from a basic SD breakout. Development boards are available and we're working on our very own right now, so stay tuned! Dimensions: 32 x 24 x 2.1mm Features: Super Small Form Factor WEP, WPA and WPA2 encryption Cortex-M3 core gives great performance combined with low power consumption 6 I/O - UARTs, I2C, SPI, analog in and out, PWMs, GPIOs... all selectable under software control No SDK to install, no JTAG pods, no long download times... you develop your code in a browser-based IDE Software that runs on the Imp is written in Squirrel, a C-like language Data passes to and from the service over a TLS encrypted interface
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